Gregory Stewart
Co-director of the Tulane Sports Medicine Program, associate professor of orthopaedics at Tulane University School of Medicine.


Dr. Gregory Stewart is an expert in sports medicine, player safety and concussion prevention. He is the team physician for Tulane Athletics and leads Tulane’s partnerships with the NFL and the NFL Players Association that provide medical care and health evaluations to retired players.
Contact Information
(504) 988-5770
For media requests, contact Tulane Public Relations.
Areas of Expertise: sports medicine, concussion, concussion prevention, sports injuries, football safety, NFL safety rules, brain injuries, bone fractures, performance supplements, rehabilitative medicine, physical therapy

Dr. Gregory Stewart discusses player safety and concussion prevention.
Tulane news about this faculty expert

Health & Safety Blog: Tulane group examining best ways to deliver concussion education

As more parents consider whether it’s safe for adolescents to play football, a new Tulane University study of high school players found no link between years of play and any decline in neurocognitive function.

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